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Sea Level

Sea Level is the name of a fusion group that mixed jazz, blues and rock. Initially, it was an offshoot of The Allman Brothers Band, but as tensions grew between the loss of two of its founding members, and personal grievances between Gregg Allman and other bandmates and associates, Sea Level took on a life of its own as an independent band.

Wet Willie

Wet Willie is an American band from Mobile, AL. They were best known for their hit "Keep On Smilin'," which reached #10 on the Billboard Chart in August 1974.

Doc Holliday

Doc Holliday are a Southern rock band from Macon named after Western legend Doc Holliday.

Charlie Daniels

Charles Edward Daniels is an American musician known for his contributions to country and southern rock music. He is perhaps best known for his number one country hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia".

Le Roux

Louisiana's LeRoux (a.k.a. LeRoux) is a pop/rock band founded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA that saw its heyday from 1978 to 1983.

Henry Paul

Henry Paul is an American southern rock and country singer/songwriter who was a founding member of the Southern rock band Outlaws, the front man and founder of the Henry Paul Band, and the lead singer for the country band BlackHawk.

Dixie Dregs

The Dixie Dregs are an American band formed in the 1970s. Their mostly instrumental music fuses jazz, southern rock, bluegrass and classical forms in an often unique style.

Johnny Van Zant

John Roy Van Zant is an American musician and the current lead vocalist of Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. He is the younger brother of Lynyrd Skynyrd co-founder and former lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant and .38 Special founder Donnie Van Zant.

Ozark Mountain Daredevils

The Ozark Mountain Daredevils are a Southern rock/country rock band formed in 1972. They are most widely known for their singles "If You Wanna Get To Heaven" in 1974 and "Jackie Blue" in 1975.

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